Adoption In Florida And What You Need To Know As A Florida Birth Mother

Deciding to go with the choice of adoption is never easy. Adoption Choices of Florida is here to help you on your adoption journey. Before you decide to start the adoption process, there are a few things that you need to know about the process itself and what you can do as a Florida birth mother. 

You Get To Create Your Adoption Plan, We Are Here To Guide You

A common concern among Florida birth mothers when they are looking to start the adoption process is how much they will be involved. It all depends on what type of adoption you decide to do. If you go with an FL adoption through a state corporation, then you will not be involved in the adoption process. Once you have given birth to your baby, the corporation will take custody and find an adoptive family for the baby. On the other hand, you can go with a private adoption. When it comes to private adoption, you are a vital part of the adoption process and have the final say in decisions during the adoption process. Adoption Choices of Florida is a private adoption agency, and we are more than happy to help you on your adoption journey. 

What You Get To Decide During The Adoption Process

Now when you work with us here at Adoption Choices of Florida, we make sure that you know that you are the one in control. You get to decide on what type of adoption plan you want. You get to choose from a closed, semi-open, or open adoption plan. Now while we encourage an open adoption plan, you are free to decide on what type of plan you want. We want you to do what you think is best for you and your unborn baby. You have the right to create an adoption plan that you think is best for you and your baby. Plus, no matter what type of adoption you want to have, you can always change it at any time.

Another thing you get to decide on during the adoption process is what adoptive family your baby will go to. Your caseworker will present you with profiles and information on waiting families we have. You can look through the profiles and information provided to you and decide which adoptive family is best for your baby. After going through the information and profiles, you were already provided, and you have not made a decision, you can also ask your caseworker for more profiles. We want you to find an adoptive family that you think is best for your baby and one that agrees with your Florida adoption plan.

Now we say “agrees” with your adoption plan because some adoptive families might not want to be apart if they do not like your adoption plan. There is nothing wrong with this happening. If this happens to you, we simply go back to the selection stage of the adoption process, and you can find another adoptive family you like and think is best for your baby. The reason that an adoptive family could not agree with your adoption plan could be because of the type of adoption plan it is. You could have decided on an open adoption plan, and the adoptive family could want to be a part of a closed adoption plan. Another thing that could cause the adoptive family to not agree with your plan is the type of communication you want to have with them and the baby. The type of communication you want to have with the adoptive family, and the baby is another choice you get to make when creating your adoption plan. You can decide to have no communication at all, or you can have communication with the adoptive family to see how the baby is doing, and you can even set it up to where when the baby is the right age you can communicate with them as well.

Adoption Choices of Florida Is Here For You, And You Are In Control as a Florida Birth Mother

Here at Adoption Choices of Florida, we know that deciding to go with adoption in Florida can be difficult and can cause you a lot of stress. It is important for you to know that when going into the adoption process when you work with us, you are the one in control. You get to create your adoption plan and make the decisions. We are here to help guide you through the process and provide you with all the information you need to create an adoption plan you think is best for both you and your baby. It is our mission to help you create an adoption plan you think ensures your baby’s future. It is important to remember that before you get into the adoption that you have rights when it comes to the adoption process when it comes to creating your plan and making the decisions you think are best.

If you are a pregnant woman in Florida considering adoption and have any questions or concerns about the adoption process, please don’t hesitate to reach out. For more information on adoption, visit us at Adoption Choices of Florida or call us at: (833) 352-3678 or text us at 904-559-1251 \